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Author: PAYE

Mathematical tiles are quite rare. Found mainly across the South East of England, they give the appearance of brickwork but are actually tiles. See our video where we are laying new handmade mathematical tiles to a private residence to find out more!...

Many will take a moment to pause and pay their respects on Remembrance Day to those who have served in the armed forces as well as remembering all those who have lost their lives in armed conflict....

The COP26 climate summit has shone the spotlight on how the entire construction industry operates. In turn, soaring demand for building has clashed with supply constraints brought about by the pandemic, forcing the industry to reflect on how they use – and discard – their...

Many will take a moment to pause and pay their respects on Remembrance Day to those who have served in the armed forces as well as remembering all those who have lost their lives in armed conflict....

Working with Sculptor Ivan Cudby, PAYE Stonework are replacing lost and damaged sculptures of putti riding fish over the entrances at the Smithfield Fish Market, as well as entwined fish sculptures on the four corners of the Snow Hill corner tower. Here we follow the...

Anything that is part of an ongoing process ad infinitum needs to find a way of becoming sustainable. The conservation of built structure is no exception and to this end, processes need to be developed to allow maintainable, cost effective solutions to be implemented. In essence,...

English Heritage look after more than 400 of the nation’s most important historic monuments, many of which are now ruinous. These ruins are often comprised of exposed masonry which was originally built with the intention of being sheltered. Without the protection of a roof or...

The site at Reculver is a Scheduled Ancient Monument and is now under the management of English Heritage. Once an important strategic location at the head of the Wantsum Channel (which used to separate the Isle of Thanet from the mainland of Kent), a Roman settlement...

Addressing issues surrounding the mental health and well-being of our employees, particularly through the pandemic and lockdown has been at the front and centre of a number of communications through the year, delivered across multiple platforms, on social media, on email or on-site with physical...

Bishops Waltham Palace and associated lands are catagorised as a Scheduled Ancient Monument. The monument includes the earthworks and buildings which form the remains of the Palace and the surrounding Lord's Garden, together with its precinct walls and turrets. The monument also includes surviving elements...